To value or not to value, that is the question
What happened to the Rapa Nui of Easter Island, and how can their fate inform our understanding of the value of nature?
Is there still time for a Green Recovery in the Amazon?
Rocked by COVID-19 and under threat from ecological devastation, Brazil urgently needs a new approach to economic development
Setting a structural agenda for a green economic recovery from COVID-19
A draft working paper published with the Partners for Inclusive Green Economies (PIGE)
Decoloniality and the new ethics of climate and nature
Jess Auerbach argues for decolonising ecological research to build a discipline that is more inclusive, creative and ethical.
Indigenous Peoples are central to tackling the climate crisis – but they need finance
Forests, and the communities who protect and manage them, can no longer be ignored if we're to tackle climate change and nature loss.
30x30 – a brave new dawn or a failure to protect people and nature?
Does the plan to protect 30% of the planet by 2030 offer a false solution to the biodiversity crisis?
New blog series examines approaches to the nature and climate crises
Together with IIED, we're launching a series to question how conservation and climate change adaptation can work for nature and people.
Towards a nature positive economic recovery post COVID-19
This online event will share emerging insights from a global analysis on integrating nature into COVID-19 recovery plans and budgets.